Fans of the franchise speculate that the Japanese band EVE will provide the music for the next series opening. Since the official My Hero Academia season 6 website recently began a countdown. The fandom got to know this through a countdown on EVE’s website, but it has been removed since then.
However, viewers of the series who speak Spanish could watch both countdowns before the latter was taken down. Following this, many fans speculated that the opening theme for My Hero Academia season 6, episode 2, will be performed by EVE.
Although the release of My Hero Academia season 6 cour 2 is nearby, TOHO Animation chose to keep the identity of the composer of the opening song a secret.
MHAOfficiall (Sushii) is a Spanish series leaker who was the first to tweet on the potential My Hero Academia season 6 cour two teasers. The accessible official website of the series posted a countdown to the launch premiere of the season’s second cour, which appears to be closed.
Sushii claims to have spotted a comparable countdown on the official website of the Japanese band EVE, allegedly with an exact timetable. They added that TOHO Animation, the franchise’s distributor, sought to keep the upcoming premiere a secret for the first time in the nearly six-year existence of the anime series.
This is done to give the impression that EVE is the creator of the next opening theme. According to reports, the band’s song Kaikai Kitan, which served as the first opening theme for Jujutsu Kaisen season 1, is its most well-known work in the anime industry. Their most recent contribution, Fight Song, which served as the anime’s finale’s ending, was to the collection of ending themes for Chainsaw Man.
Some of the opening and closing tracks from the My Hero Academia anime series stand out. The majority of the theme songs performed by various Japanese musicians, including UVERworld, Lenny Code Fiction, KANA-BOON, and Kenshi Yonezu, appear to be particularly beloved by the anime’s fanbase. Therefore, EVE’s rumoured contribution won’t be an exception if it materializes.
On Saturday, January 7, 2023, My Hero Academia season 6 cour two will premiere, with the first episode based on the Tartarus Escapees arc of the manga. Fans believe that the Star and Stripe arc, in which the two episodes together make up one of the most lauded narrative arcs in the history of the series, will be adapted in the second season’s second half.
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